We appreciate the chance to bring you up to speed on what we are learning from local and regional sources every day.
Please dial 9-1-1 in case of emergencies only and call 847.234.2601 for non-emergencies.
Check the City'swebsitefor additional information and continue to send any inquiries firstname.lastname@example.org. As Mayor Pandaleon stressed, residents should stay at home unless it is absolutely necessary to leave the house.
Many staff members are working remotely and will respond to you at the earliest opportunity.
Mayor asks for Continued Participation
April 1st is 2020 Census Day!
Don’t delay, please take a few minutes to respond to the U.S. Census. Respond online atmy2020census.gov. If you have already responded to the Census, thank you for helping assure that Lake Forest has a complete count.
Home Buying Information
City staff has modified transfer tax procedures during the building closures, and has confirmed that scheduled home closings can proceed without a real estate transfer tax stamp. Modified and Temporary Real Estate Transfer Tax Procedures are in effect beginning today, April 1. Click here for full details.
Many individuals and organizations have offered to provide meals or non-perishable food to the staff. Since specific safety guidelines apply to these donations, please contact Kelly Callen atKelly.Callen@nm.orgor 847.535.6851 to review the guidelines and schedule a drop-off location, date and time. Food can be accepted by scheduled drop-off only. Acceptable items include restaurant-prepared, individually wrapped food and most non-perishable foods.
If you have other specific items you would like to donate, please first contact Marleana Cross email@example.com 847.535.6933 to confirm the items can be used.
The Lake County Health Department released an interactive map which shares the number of residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 in each municipality. According to the LCHD website, it is best viewed on a computer. You can view the maphere.
United Way of Lake County'sLifeline's 2-1-1 (simply call 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898211) help hotline is a free and confidential service that helps people in Lake County find the health and human service programs they need, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Family Service Lake County offers the continuation of its vital client support services, including mental health counseling and education.
United Way of Lake County launches COVID-19 Response Fund - Lake County’s health and human service organizations are experiencing an unprecedented demand for services from neighbors and communities significantly impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Please check with your local houses of worship to find out when and if televised or other electronic services are being offered.
Illinois' application for loan relief for businesses from the Federal Small Business Administration has been approved. Business owners must apply online athttps://disasterloan.sba.gov/.
The Illinois Department on Aging is ramping up their volunteers and services to help meet the needs of Illinois' older population. Seniors that are in need of food/meal help or other services should contact the department atwww.illinois.gov/aging, or by phone at senior help line 1-800-252-8966 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small Business Association offers Disaster Assistance to Illinois small businesses economically impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19)